2018-05-26T10:00:00-07:002018-05-27T20:00:00-07:00https://tucson.carpe-diem.events/data/afisha/bp/79/dd/79ddbd7c14.jpgSouthern Arizona’s Largest Taco, Beer, Michelada, Salsa Festival Vendor Info: Email Us at: [email protected] More Info Coming Soon!https://tucson.carpe-diem.events/calendar/5982235-southern-arizona-s-largest-taco-festival-at-tucson-expo-center/Southern Arizona’s Largest Taco Festival3750 E Irvington Rd, Tucson, Arizona 85714Tucson Expo Center
More like «Southern Arizonas Most Pathetic Taco Festival!» They have a disturbing lack of tacos and an unpleasant abundance of country music. I had to empty my water bottle at the door and pay 10 dollars for admittance. We walked into a dilapidated building as our ears were assaulted with country music sung out of key. The environment was pitiful. As we walked in we passed many shabby, spiritless vendors peddling jewelry and clothing that had nothing to do with tacos! The only tacos available could be purchased from food trucks behind the building. I left this «taco festival» thoroughly discouraged, having essentially paid 10 dollars to dump out my water and be abused by poor country singing.
I can never get those 15 minutes of my life back. Save yourself the time, money, and disappointment. Don't go to this disgraceful taco festival.
enjoyed the day overall. Could have been more craft vendors... the only complaint was the noise level of the music. I'm sorry, but the singers were not the best, just play country music and be done with it. It was SO LOUD. we have a grand child with extremely sensitive hearing and he was in pain from the sound. I asked if they could lower the amps and was told no. I used to be in a band, and I know those can be turned down. We paid our 5 dollars ahead of time, and the food was great.